A drink drive road policing operation will be broadcast by West Midlands Police later today (1 December).
It will be broadcast on the Roads Policing section of force's Letters of the Law website.
The force started its annual campaign yesterday (30 November).
Chief Inspector Kerry Blakeman will also take to Twitter between 18.00 and 19.00, taking questions about the police operation.
Police forces across the East Midlands have started their Christmas Drink Drive Campaign.
Officers in Leicester have been stopping motorists committing driving offences like not wearing a seatbelt or using a mobile phone, and then breathalising them.
They are keen to get the message across that people can still be over the limit the morning after the night before if they've been drinking.
West Midlands Police will be stopping every driver they suspect has alcohol in their system to crack down on the number of accidents as a result of drink-driving.
Julie Townsend, the head of road safety charity Brake, said she supports the targeting of younger drivers in their early 20s and morning-after drivers.
She said that many people do not realise the risks of driving after even one small drink.
Leicestershire police are stopping motorists and talking to them about safe drink-drive limits.
It's part of their Christmas drink-drive campaign being launched this weekend.
Jane Bennett, from Birmingham, talks about coming to terms with the death of her son, after he was killed by a drink diver.
She is backing the West Midlands Police Christmas campaign.
A mother whose son was killed by a drink driver has backed this year's West Midlands Police Christmas drink and drug driving campaign.
Jane Bennett's son was the passenger of a car driven by a man who was twice over the legal limit when it crashed.